'67 Oldsmobile Toronado


The '67 Toronado was the second year for the Toronado and was built in Lansing Michigan The '67 featured a softer suspension and minor styling modifications

Identifying a '67 Toronado


Grill has eggcrate texture .
Retracting headlights are flush without eyebrow simulated scoops above
Parking lights in front bumper.
OLDSMOBILE in block lettering on hood with a rocket above
Bumper has wide opening in center
Toronado script added to drivers side grill Wipers visible from front

Eggcrate pattern on taillights.
Rear bumper is notched for exhaust tips.
Backup lights in rear bumper.
Toronado script on Right side
Gas filler behind license plate.

Fastback roofline. with optional vinyl top
Toronado script between front wheels and bumper on front fender.
Slotted wheels either Chrome, painted silver or black with full wheel covers
Oldsmobile spelled out on small hubcap
Full wheel covers available


Instrument panel cantilevered over steering wheel, had drum speedometer, fuel, amp and temp gauges.
seats will have a biscuit pattern. cloth and vinyl or all vinyl seating surfaces available
All models Toronados have black steering wheels, tilt telescope available
Instrument panel has black wrinkle finish with brushed trim panels
Dashboard has sharp sculptured edges.
Ashtray receptacles in armrests in back, with front ashtray in center of dash pad
Ignition switch on instrument panel.
'67 Toronado front courtesy of Bryon Granmo
'67 Toronado rear courtesy of Bryon Granmo
'67 Toronado side courtesy of Chuck Noppe